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Nov 28, 2012 5:00pm EST
country without charging them and giving them a right to a trial. it seems so fundamentally un-american. i agree with her also that i think the supreme court would apply this to anyone. our amendment will say citizens and permanent residents, but i think the supreme court, if challenged, will uphold the right to trial by jury of anyone within the united states. today, we will either affirm the right to trial by jury or restrict it. today we will vote to affirm the sixth amendment to the constitution or we will spurn it. today we will vote to affirm 800 years of history beginning with the magna carta or we will relinquish or at the very least diminish a right that jefferson referred to as the only anchor yet imagined by man which a government can be held to the principles of its constitution. the right to trial by jury was a check on oppressive government. opponents of the right to trial by jury will come today and they will argue that the american homeland is now a battlefield and that we must circumscribe our right to trial by jury to be safe from terrorists. but if we give up
Nov 8, 2012 5:00pm EST
transitional government, international institutions such as the un, regional institutions like nato, e.u. would love to have the arab league more actively involved, the e.u. in africa and of individual governments who are trying to go in and assist the transitional governments into doing that specific capacity building in the ministries and among the police intelligence military forces. >> i think you have given us a question -- the role of all four of those critical actors in the process. perhaps we can convince how we respond but without doing it and in justice to the issues which are really very important in determining success or failure. >> just to take a piece of that and look at the response from the international community, one of the things that always happens is countries rush forward to invite small numbers of police from countries to come in libya there are five or six countries hosting police for training for providing training and something like that without any overall coordination is a situation where at the end of the day after training courses that are trained in totall
Nov 2, 2012 12:00pm EDT
expresses the une equivocal support and appreciation of the nation to the president commander in chief, that was bush for his firm leadership and decisive action in the conduct of military operations in iraq. as part of the ongoing war on global war on terrorism. he voted for it. >> moderator: if i . >> and i have the role call with me. he has voted for every appropriations for war in afghanistan. every appropriation for war in iraq, and says he's opposed to it. that's nonsense. we have to situation where the war budget is destroying the very things he says he aims to correct. he won't vote against the guns. >> moderator: mrs. ericson. glirk i believe he lined. they are designed to carry targeted nuclear bombs. if what i understood bernie sander to say they're not he lied and committed fraud. f-35 are designed to carry targeted, smart, nuclear bombs. russia is an ally of syria assad dictatorship and trading partner with india. the russians answer to the f-35 is the t-50 and they are selling the t-50 to india. russia doesn't want to renew the 1990ctr the cooperative threat reprogr
Nov 5, 2012 8:30am EST
says he's opposed to the war, but he never denies that he voted to une give callly thank the president for the war effort in iraq. >> moderator: ms. ericson? ericson: the f-35s are designed to carry targeted, smart nuclear bombs. the issue isn't six minutes of noise a day, the issue is nuclear proliferation. now, when i was a child in the early 1960s, vermont was the garden of eden. since bernie sanders came in, vermont's gone to hell. and we've got to stop this hell that he's putting us through. we've got to stop the f-35. we've got to stop nuclear proliferation. sure, they can have it down in south carolina, but we can at least just say no to it here in vermont. now, there are other serious problems with the f-35. we have a problem with solar flares. nasa says the solar flares are going to continue for another year. they disrupt communication, and because solar flares disrupt communication, we can end up with one of these nuclear bombs detonating in the burlington, vermont. .. the military machine would be called into question by, we, the people, saying this is what i want to get don
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